I’d rather be…

Stay with friends!
Leave the artificial heating!
Be in nature!

The first picture was taken yesterday and the next two from my recent hike. As you see, it was freezing but I enjoyed every moment even when I had to slide on a slope. The trail was super steep and sliding was a safe option. The third photo is of frozen late. I learned that it is rather very hard and dangerous to walk on soft snow on a lake. I shall not dare next time.

I saw the Photo challenge on Wednesday late evening but instead on working on photo challenge on ‘Thursday and Friday, I did what I love doing 😀

Have a nice weekend!



The Dove Story on Sunday (Tree) – 8/2018



The dove story is caputred at Parque de Malaga also known as Paraue de le Alameda, a botanical garden right in city centre of Malaga. .This park was opened in 1897 and has some wonderful old trees. Doves and Parakeets have build their nests in tree hollows.

I was in Malaga (a city in south of Spain) for a long weekend trip. It’s  a very popular tourist destination for Scandinavian people due to the perfect location and weather conditions. The tourist season is yet to start and hence the flight was full of senior citizens but of course there were some exceptions 😀

I hope you like the tree and the story.


Untold Stories!

picture is worth a thousand words

Every photo no matter how minimal, contains at least one story.  Let us imagine and share our versions…


  1. No window or door reveal the degree of happiness…


2. Illusion…


3. Life beings…


4. Every nest is special…


5. Every pinch of pink gulal powder on the holy basil portrays a personal wish .


6. Age doesn’t matter, Attitude does…

I wanted to show the story/circle of life. What do you think about these images




A Face in the Crowd!



The Vigeland Park is the world’s largest sculpture park made by a single artist, and is one of Norway’s most popular tourist attractions. The park is open to visitors all year round.

The unique sculpture park is Gustav Vigeland’s lifework with more than 200 sculptures in bronze, granite and wrought iron. Vigeland was also in charge of the design and architectural layout of the park. The Vigeland Park was mainly completed between 1939 and 1949.

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